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Paul Epstein 08-31-2009 07:43 PM

Canned fish
 
Protein, omega-3's and heavy metals. Everything a lifter needs :p

Not to mention cheap and convenient.

im looking for ideas. what canned fish do you eat and what do you eat it with?

at the moment im mainly eating sardines and tuna. tuna in olive oil with chilli is pretty good. sardines in oil are ok. sardines in tomato sauce are good but loads of the cans contain soy products.

currently im just eating out of the can for breakfast at work (away from fellow workers). would love some paleo type recipies to include them in.

Greg Davis 09-01-2009 03:44 AM

new brunswick brand has a canned herring called "golden smoked" with no nasty stuff and tastes pretty good as a traveller.. otherwise if I have time its gotta be mayo with some tuna or salmon

Jay Cohen 09-01-2009 04:55 AM

I buy canned Mackerel and Salmon by the case at Wal-Mart. Mackerel is 1.86, Salmon appx 2.75ish. Looks gross, but tastes just fine once you stir in some veggies or make into a loaf using Almond Meal.

I do think canned fish is a guy thing, women might feed it to their cats, but that's about it.

Mike ODonnell 09-01-2009 10:14 AM

Sardines and Herring....high in Omega 3s....low in Mercury...my top 2.

Kelly Frankson 09-07-2009 08:45 PM

I will take a tin of wild alaska salmon and mix it with 1/2 a mashed avacado, a tblsp or 2 of salsa and wrap it in lettuce. delicious!

Paul Epstein 09-12-2009 10:37 PM

that sounds good kelly. will have to try that :)

Tony Ferous 09-16-2009 05:59 AM

I dont like most sardines cold out of the can but fry em in olive oil with garlic and they are pretty tasty. Just dont go kissing anyone.

Júlíus G. Magnússon 09-16-2009 08:58 AM

I mix one can tune in oil with half a can of cottage cheese (100g). That makes for two meals at basically 4 protein blocks and 4 fat blocks each.

This, washed down with about half a liter of whole milk, has basically been my breakfast and/or lunch for the past year.

Cheap/fast/easy and doesn't taste too bad.

Derek Simonds 09-22-2009 02:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kelly Frankson (Post 62446)
I will take a tin of wild alaska salmon and mix it with 1/2 a mashed avacado, a tblsp or 2 of salsa and wrap it in lettuce. delicious!

I ate that today sans lettuce wraps and it was great! Thanks for the recommendation. Here is the Macro breakdown from fitday. I loved the fat and protein content.

Avocado, raw 243 Calories 22.3 G/F 13.0 G/C 3.0 G/P
Salmon, canned 205 Calories 8.9 G/F 0.0 G/C 29.2 G/P
Salsa 9 Calories 0.1 G/F 2.0 G/C 0.5 G/P

Omar Omar 10-12-2009 06:29 AM

The Canadian "brunswick" ones are really good. Almost 100 percent paleo.

And there good but never fill me up...


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